Excerpt: The iPhone 4S needs no introduction. It has sold so many pre-orders that it has already been declared a smash hit even before it was available for sale. Now, at long last, we’ve gotten our hands on one, and it lives up to the hype, and then some. The iPhone 4S isn’t the largest upgrade the iPhone series has ever seen, but nonetheless, in this time of transition for Apple, it proves that the company still has what it takes to make one of the greatest smartphones on the...
Pros: Still beautiful, much faster A5 dual core CPU, better camera and Siri.
Cons: No 4G, glass front and back more likely to crack if dropped.
Mobility Digest Review: OtterBox Defender for iPhone 4S
14 October 2011
Excerpt: If you have been out today and standing in line for the Apple iPhone 4S then you may have noticed the displays of OtterBox Defender Cases for them displayed. The ultimate in protection, I have a series of reviews on the Defender Series including a full review of the iPhone 4 OtterBox Defender Case that you can read here .
Excerpt: Apple's latest touch-screen smartphone is with us already, delivered at incredible speed after its recent announcement. Rather fitting, given that the iPhone 4S is such a speedy and handsome package of lifestyle electronics, but can you justify the...
Excerpt: One of the many things which can be said about the majority of Apple users is that they are loyal and with that loyalty to the brand comes a need for new products and upgrades. On the phone side of things, despite the most recent model only being released in June 2010, there has been a huge clamour for a new device for some time now with many people looking for the iPhone 5.
Apple iPhone 4S: What's In It For You vs iPhone 4?
23 February 2011
Excerpt: Here it is folks, the iPhone 4S from Apple. It's not the iPhone 5 like so many people were expecting, or at least hoping Apple would unveil. You won't find any obvious outwardly design changes, like a bigger screen or a redesigned chassis. Even the back is still covered with glass, ready to dole out instant punishment to the poor sap who carelessly loses his grip and lets his phone fall to the floor.
Pros: Dual-core A5 processor brings the iPhone up to par with the competition, Upgraded camera works well in low light conditions, Siri lives up the hype, Supports 1080p video recording, Dual antennas
Cons: No real 4G speeds, Glass back makes us nervous, 3.5-inch screen, Apple's full proprietary experience still applies
Excerpt: While the iPhone 4s does not look much different from the iPhone 4, it does boast both hardware and software related improvements. As you may know, the iPhone 4 had some problems with dropping calls due to the placement of its antennas. The iPhone 4s has been redesigned to eliminate this problem, and it is no longer necessary to worry about how to hold the phone to avoid dropping important calls. The processor is also upgraded, with the A5 CPU being used.